To qualify for the award of Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), students must complete 650 credit points comprising of:
- 19 Core Law units (237.5 credit points)
- 5 Law Elective (62.5 credit points)
- 3 Professional Experiences in Law (compulsory, 0 credit points)
- Please note: If a student completes LAW20025 Professional Experience in Law (Law Review), the student is not required to complete LAW20018.
- Please note: If a student completes LAW30023 Professional Experience in Law (Innocence and Law Reform Project), the student is not required to complete LAW30016.
- 12 Core Engineering units (150 credit points)
- 16 units of study from one of the following Majors: Architectural, Biomedical, Civil, Construction, Electrical and Electronic, Mechanical, Product Design, Robotics and Mechatronics, Software or Telecommunications (200 credit points)
- 1 Professional Experience in Engineering (compulsory, 0 credit points)
Students complete no more than 150 credit points (normally 12 units) at Introductory Level (i.e. Stage 1). A unit of study can only be counted once. Where units are shared between majors and/or minors, students must choose an approved alternative unit.
Honours merit calculation
Honours merit calculation will be based on the averaged results of 12 units in the final two years of the course with the following descriptive outcomes:
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) with High Distinction; for students who achieve 80 and above
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) with Distinction; for students who achieve 70 – 79
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) with Credit; for students who achieve 60 – 69
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons); for students who achieve less than 60
Students who transfer with advanced standing are required to undertake at least nine of these units at Swinburne, including all six outcome units, to qualify for an honours merit calculation. This honours merit calculation will be based only on units completed at Swinburne. If a student has not completed at least nine of the specified units, they will graduate with a BEng (Hons) as an award title, but not be eligible for a merit based honours description.